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Scarboro Foreign Mission Society

The Scarboro Foreign Mission Society is a Roman Catholic missionary community involved in mission overseas and in Canada. Founded in Canada in 1918 by Fr. John Fraser, Scarboro's initial purpose was to train and send missionary priests to China . Forced to leave China after the Second World War, Scarboro began working in the Caribbean, Latin America, Japan, and the Philippines. Since 1919 the continuing story of this made-in-Canada missionary community has been captured on the pages of China mag...



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The Scarboro Foreign Mission Society is a Roman Catholic missionary community involved in mission overseas and in Canada. Founded in Canada in 1918 by Fr. John Fraser, Scarboro's initial purpose was to train and send missionary priests to China . Forced to leave China after the Second World War, Scarboro began working in the Caribbean, Latin America, Japan, and the Philippines. Since 1919 the continuing story of this made-in-Canada missionary community has been captured on the pages of China magazine (1919-1950) and its successor, Scarboro Missions magazine (1950-present).

The digitization of the magazine is sponsored by the Scarboro Foreign Mission Society.
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